Question: Do not mislead the people with your manipulation of the Word of God and your omissions about the “Ten Commandments.” His Word and Commandments were, are and forever shall remain true! He alone is the Creator and the destroyer! No mortal with limited knowledge can change what He tells through the only Living Book, the…

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Question: What is the eternal covenant? What is the difference from other covenants? Answer: “Now may the God of peace who brought up our Lord Jesus from the dead, that great Shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you complete in every good work to do His will, working in…

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Question: Does the New Covenant require confirmation, the same thing the Israelites did when Moses with the twelve tribes of Israel confirmed the Covenant by acknowledgment and sprinkling of the blood? Answer: The Old Covenant was dedicated by the shedding of animal blood and that blood being sprinkled on the people. This acceptance was only…

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I.         Covenants play a major role throughout the Scriptures.             A.        We see covenants between people                         1.         Jacob and Laban (enemies) – Gen 31:44-54                         2.         David and Jonathan (friends) – I Sam 18:1-4             B.        We see covenants between nations, such as between Israel and Gibeon – Josh 9:3-27             C.        We see covenants between God and various people of the world II.        What are…

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Question: What is marriage to start with? It cannot be what it is today — a man-made ceremony. Answer: “Yet you say, “For what reason?” Because the LORD has been witness between you and the wife of your youth, with whom you have dealt treacherously; yet she is your companion and your wife by covenant.…

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Question: What is the definition of a covenant? Answer: In the Old Testament, the word translated “covenant” comes from the Hebrew word berith which means “a bond or treaty that joins two parties.” Making a covenant comes from a Hebrew idiom that literally means “cutting a covenant.” It is a reference to the sacrificial offerings made while…

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